أسرة ناقل المذاب

من ويكيبيديا، الموسوعة الحرة
اذهب إلى: تصفح، ‏ ابحث

المذاب الناقل (SLC) وهي مجموعة من بروتينات النقل عبر الأغشية تشمل أكثر من 300 عضو في منظمة في 51 عائلة. وتقع معظم أعضاء مجموعةأو عائلة SLC في غشاء الخلية. واقترح تسميات SLC عن طريق لجنة التسمية HUGO Gene Nomenclature Committee HUGO وهو أساس لأسماء HGNC الرسمية للجينات تكود هذه الناقلين. ويمكن الاطلاع على تسمية أكثر عمومية من خلال قاعدة بيانات تصنيف الناقل TCDB.

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